List of ambassadors of Serbia to China

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Ambassador of Serbia to China
Incumbent
Milan Bačević [fr]

since January 22, 2015
Inaugural holderVladimir Popović (diplomat)
Formation1955

The Serbian Ambassador in Beijing is the official representative of the Government of in Belgrade to the Government of the People's Republic of China. He is Non-Resident Ambassador in Pyongyang (North Korea), Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) and Islamabad (Pakistan).

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diplomatic agreement/designated/Diplomatic accreditation ambassador Serbian language
sr:Односи Србије и Кине
Observations Prime Minister of Serbia Premier of the People's Republic of China Term end
January 10, 1955 The governments in Belgrade and Beijing established diplomatic relations. Josip Broz Tito Zhou Enlai
1955 Vladimir Popović (diplomat) sr:Владо Поповић Josip Broz Tito Zhou Enlai 1958
1970 Bogdan Oreščanin sr:Богдан Орешчанин Josip Broz Tito Zhou Enlai 1973
1973 Milojko Drulovic Милојко Друловић Josip Broz Tito Zhou Enlai 1978
1978 Mirko Ostojic Мирко Остојић Josip Broz Tito Hua Guofeng
1981 Sava Obradovic [1] Sergej Kraigher Zhao Ziyang 1983
1983 Zvone Dragan [2] Mika Špiljak Zhao Ziyang
April 4, 1990 Ilija Đukić sr:Илија Ђукић Elija Dukic[3] Borisav Jović Li Peng January 1, 1993
1992 Jordan Dinic Јордан Динић Charge d'affaires Dobrica Ćosić Li Peng 1995
1995 Slobodan Unković Слободан Унковић Miloš Radulović Li Peng January 1, 2001
January 1, 2001 Ilija Đukić sr:Илија Ђукић Elija Dukic Vojislav Koštunica Zhu Rongji January 1, 2002
January 1, 2002 Vladimir Kohut Владимир Кохут Charge d'affaires Vojislav Koštunica Zhu Rongji January 1, 2003
April 12, 2004 Dragan Momčilović [4] Svetozar Marović Wen Jiabao
January 1, 2006 Miomir Udovički Миомир Удовички [5] Svetozar Marović Wen Jiabao January 1, 2013
February 19, 2014 Tatjana Panajotovic-Cvetkovic Татјана Панајотовић Цветковић Charge d'affaires[6] Ivica Dačić Li Keqiang
January 22, 2015 Milan Bačević [fr] sr:Милан Бачевић [7] Aleksandar Vučić Li Keqiang

Coordinates: 39°56′44″N 116°27′39″E / 39.945432°N 116.460735°E / 39.945432; 116.460735

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